• This book is a free download.  This book is about kindness – the various forms that it takes, sometimes taking up residency in unlikely people and places, the new and old threats and problems that bedevil it and the mystery that flows through it. It follows an immigrant family to Australia, particularly the life of a small Scottish boy named Roy, who makes his way through the world of work. He buys and changes a range of businesses, including furniture manufacturing and information technology. The journey is infused with love and kindness but tormented by the failure to provide interesting, creative and productive working lives. Attempts to blend function, beauty and employment into the design of work is a search plagued by pressures to change in order to survive in increasingly competitive markets and industry and workplace politics.
  • Shooting At the Moon was published independently in 1994 to document the stories of Australian peaceworkers in the lead up to and following the UN elections. The book was launched by Gareth Evans at the National Press Club in September, 1994, following a launch in Phnom Penh by Prince Norodom Sirivudh at the National Museum.  Go to www.cambodianpeaceworkers.com for more information about this book.